Favorable Business Climate

The World`s Leading Reformer
The World`s Leading Reformer

The World Bank hails Georgias meteoric five-year rise from 112thin 2005 to 11th in the 2010 World Bank & IFC “Doing Business” Index as unprecedented. “Since the World Bank began keeping records,” says survey author Simeon Djankov, “no other country has made so many deep reforms in so many different areas so consistently.”

Stable Macroeconomic Environment
Stable Macroeconomic Environment

Consistent macroeconomic policies are producing strong economic growth, with GDP increases of close to 10% before the crisis, reaching max of 12% in 2007. Despite the slowdown caused by the global financial crisis, Georgia’s real GDP growth rate was 4.6 % in 2014.

Liberal Trade Regimes
Liberal Trade Regimes

Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) Since June 27, 2014 products produced in Georgia can enter EU market without customs duty; Free Trade Agreements with Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russian Federation, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan; Free Trade Agreements with EFTA. Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) with Canada, USA and Japan; since 2000   Georgia is a member of World Trade Organization.

Simplified Licensing and Permitting Procedures
Simplified Licensing and Permitting Procedures

The Government of Georgia is working hard to sustain future development of the Economy of Georgia. New Financial and Economic acts have been adopted by the Parliament, which obviously will help to maintain strong economic growth in Georgia.

Business Friendly Environment
Business Friendly Environment

Georgia has been rated as the world`s one of the best countries for doing business on the basis of its business infrastructure, financial, legal and professional services, and its low and simple tax system. The WB s report on Doing Business 2014 can easily prove Georgia as one of the best destination for investors.

World`s Leader in Labor Freedom and Labor Force Literacy
World`s Leader in Labor Freedom and Labor Force Literacy

Georgia`s new Labor Code, hailed as one of the world’s best in international rankings, reduces labor costs and gives greater freedom of contract to employers and employees. Simultaneously, Georgia offers the world’s most literate workforce, and very competitive prevailing wage rates.

Leading Position in Economic Freedom Index
Leading Position in Economic Freedom Index

According to 2016 Index of Economic Freedom, Georgia’s Economic Freedom Status is “Mostly Free” and ranks number 23 among 186 countries. And number 12 among regional countries. Georgia stands above countries like Norway, Finland, Austria, Latvia, etc.

Eliminated Corruption
Eliminated Corruption
Georgia Ranks Number ONE among Regional countries (Eastern Europe and Central Asia) in corruption perception Index according to transparency international. It has scored higher than a number of EU member states, such as the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Greece, Italy and Romania.
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